Friday, February 22, 2013

The Rock 'n' Roll Orgasm Technique

Carlin Ross breaks down sexpert Dr. Betty Dodson's rock 'n' roll orgasm technique.
People always ask about Betty's Rock 'n Roll orgasm technique.

She spells it out in First Time Orgasm, Learn a New Orgasm: How to Upgrade Your Masturbation Technique and her orgasm ebook Learn How to Orgasm in 4 Acts.

Basically, you're lying on your back with your legs bent hip distance apart...rocking your pelvis forward as your squeeze your pc muscle then relaxing your pelvis as your release your pc muscle.


Then you add clitoral stimulation and vaginal penetration for total vulva happiness. Don't be disappointed if it takes some time to learn the steps. Trust me. It's worth it.

Here's the breakdown in Betty's own words: Read more

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Thursday, February 7, 2013

How to Achieve Simultaneous Orgasm

A simultaneous orgasm is sometimes considered the "Holy Grail" of sex. Serena Paige reveals how to improve your chances of achieving it.
A simultaneous orgasm can be a super hot and emotionally gratifying experience. Here’s how to achieve what is known as the “holy grail” of sex.

A simultaneous orgasm is something that a lot of couples strive for. This concept can even be something that people worry about on a constant basis. The most important thing to understand about a simultaneous orgasm is that it does not define your sex life or your relationship. People put way too much weight on climaxing at the same time.

Just because you and your partner to not have an orgasm the same time every time doesn’t mean that you have a problem in your sex life. However, if you would like to achieve a simultaneous orgasm, there are a few things that you can do in order to improve your chances. Read more

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

5 Steps to Opening Up Emotionally in Your Relationship

Expressing your emotions in a relationship isn't always easy, but it can be profoundly rewarding, says relationship coach Teresa Maples.
Do you find it hard to let yourself be vulnerable in a relationship? Fear of intimacy is the main reason people do not open up emotionally with another person. I define intimacy as feeling safe with another person when you expose who you are to them. Intimacy involves protecting your loved one rather than exploiting their vulnerabilities. And when I say intimacy, I don't just mean sex. There are a huge range of emotions and behaviors that enhance the intimacy, or deepening, of your relationship. Your own feelings are the key to discovering what intimacy-building behaviors will work for you. Read more